Orlando’s Anae Tabbed For League Weekly Honor

Two strong performances by the Orlando Valkyries’ Adora Anae have earned her the latest Pro Volleyball Federation Player of the Week honor.

The outside hitter helped her team to a 1-1 week, as she led both teams in points in each outing while starting every set. Against the Vegas Thrill, she recorded 18 points (13 kills, two blocks, three aces) as Orlando notched its first victory of the season. Anae also had 12 digs in the match.

The native of Laie, Hawaii followed that effort by leading both teams in points, kills and aces by tallying 30 points versus Atlanta. A total of 26 came from her kills (26), aces (3) and blocks (1) while she added 14 digs to that performance. The Valkyries dropped a close 3-2 decision to the Vibe.

For the season, Anae has posted totals of 69 points, 57 kills, 45 digs and five blocks. The Valkyries return to action on Friday when they host Columbus at Addition Financial Arena.

Pro Volleyball Federation action continues over this coming weekend with five matches slated over three days (Thursday, Friday and Sunday). Fans can purchase tickets now via links on the schedule of the official Pro Volleyball Federation website.


2024 Weekly Awards

Date                             Player                                              

February 13                 Adora Anae, Orlando Valkyries, OH

February 6                  Leah Edmond, Atlanta Vibe, OH

January 30                 Alli Linnehan, Atlanta Vibe, OH                



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